Presented by: Rachelle Mcguire
In our current culture grief continues to be treated as pathology both by our larger social contexts and by health care professionals. This inhibits us from the ability to metabolize that which is a deeply normal, frequently occurring human experience. This workshop will address the ways in which we pathologize grief and explore some ideas as to how we might choose to do this differently in the future. The workshop will identify four things that are required to metabolize grief well as well as ideas for how we may engage our communities to assist in this very metabolization.